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If you're the proud owner of a Meta Quest, Meta Quest 2 or Meta Quest Pro VR headset then you've no doubt been on the lookout for what's coming next in terms of available games. There are already awesome games available on the platform and elsewhere with Oculus Link and PCVR games but we're often watching out for future games too.

As you'd expected there are numerous VR experiences coming in the next few months. So ready your wishlist, because we're about to take you on an exciting journey of future content.

Ghostbusters Rise of the Ghost Lord

What's more exciting than being able to jump into VR, strap on a proton pack and continue the Ghostbusters’ legacy? Ghostbusters Rise of the Ghost Lord not only looks fantastic but also features co-op gameplay. So busting ghosts will be plenty of fun, just remember not to cross the streams.

Dead Hook

Dead Hook appears to be an intense action-packed VR experience that Quest owners will love. This is a heady mix of roguelike and shooter-style game that lets you customise the way you play and dive headlong into the action. As you'll see from the trailer there's plenty of blood and gore and monster-smashing action too.

"In this explosive mix of roguelike and shooter genres, you will customize your character and weapons with buffs and upgrades to make each run unique. The game also offers a complete story: experience the thrill of uncovering the long-hidden secrets of Resaract and the complex interplay between AI and humanity."

Hellsweeper VR

  • Game type: Roguelike first-person combat game
  • Publisher: VertigoGames
  • See official site
  • Q2 2023

Hellsweeper VR is set to offer some intense combat in a Roguelike first-person game that includes wall-running, power-sliding and all sorts of other intense mechanics to keep the action coming thick and fast. It has loads of actions and is apparently likely to have both a roguelike mode and sandbox mode to keep things engaging.

Stranger Things VR

If you can't get enough of Stranger Things, then you'll want to watch out for this VR title coming in late 2023. It'll let you experience the Stranger Things universe from a new perspective as you'll be playing Vecna who is after revenge against Eleven and Hawkins.

Arizona Sunshine

The original Arizona Sunshine was one of our favourite Quest games, thanks to its humour, graphics and gameplay. Now it's making a return with the same dark humour, gruesome gore and much more. If it's anywhere near as good as the first game, we'd especially recommend picking this game up to play with friends.

I expect you to die 3

Another great outing for the Meta Quest headsets. The I expect you to die series is entertaining for its humour and enjoyable puzzles so we're excited to see more of what this latest game has to offer.

PowerWash Simulator VR

If you enjoy the relaxing thrills of using a pressure washer but don't enjoy getting wet then PowerWash Simulator might be the game for you. Unwind and de-stress by cleaning up some of the mess!

assassins creed nexus

Assassin's Creed Nexus VR

Get ready for a new Assassin's Creed experience. Ubisoft says that Assassin's Creed Nexus is built from the ground up for VR. That's certainly going to be an interesting experience. Especially if you're jumping off tall buildings into haystacks.


Bulletstorm is coming back in VR.

"It’s time to step into the boots of Grayson Hunt once again as he chases the corrupted General Serrano and his Dead Echo squad. Utilize a variety of weapons, melee attacks, and your trusty energy leash to get rid of your enemies in the most creative ways possible!"

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GTA San Andreas

At Facebook Connect a while back, Meta revealed that the Rockstar Games classic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is in development for Quest 2. Apparently, this VR imagining of the San Andreas has been in development for quite some time and should certainly be an interesting revisit to this episode in the series in a new way.